British-Indian filmmaker Sunhil Sippy, who is all geared up for the release of his film Noor starring Sonakshi Sinha , feels that the actress has got a tremendous range.
"I like the fact that Sonakshi Sinha has tremendous range. She is funny, quirky, and silly but she is also very intense and serious. In Noor, I got the opportunity to explore every part of her as an actor" Sunhil said during an interview.
Noor is based on Saba Imtiaz novel "Karachi, You're Killing
Me!", and tells the tale of a journalist-writer Noor's
misadventures and love life as she navigates her way through
"Sonakshi Sinha was our first choice. I didn't know if it was
right at the very beginning but when I started and once I got to
end, it became evident she was perfect for the role," added the
Though the movie is women centric, Sunhil says all the
characters in the film are three dimensional, which means every
character's behaviour reveals things about main lead.
"It is definitely a women centric film and it is really about
'Noor' and her coming of age but every character in the film is
"So the behaviour of every opposing character will be revealing
things about main lead. 'Noor' is in constant conflict and other
characters are balancing, so she is not overshadowing anybody in
the film," explained the maker about his main lead and other
"Noor is defined by the world she exists in. She is defined by interaction with others, so all the characters had to be equally rich as her" Sunhil added further.